• ISS Backs HP-Compaq Merger

    Institutional Shareholder Services, which holds sway over 10 percent of Hewlett-Packard shareholders, on Tuesday gave a nod of approval to the proposed merger of HP and Compaq.

  • Broadband Access Usage Outpaces Dial-Up Access

    High-speed Internet usage accounted for more than half of all time spent online in January, outpacing dial-up Internet access for the first time, Nielsen/NetRatings said in a report Tuesday.

  • Microsoft Seeks Two-Week Delay In Remedy Hearings

    Microsoft on Tuesday asked the federal judge overseeing its antitrust case for a two-week postponement of hearings due to start next week on sanctions against the company.

  • Microsoft Issues Java Patch

    Microsoft Monday issued a patch for a security flaw in its Java virtual machine software (Microsoft VM) that attackers could exploit to redirect browser traffic.

  • Pitch the Future to Sell Today

    With the pace of technology advancement in the data storage field, it is difficult for end users to keep on top of the latest developments. Providing clients with comprehensive new information on such trends as Storage over IP, SAN/NAS convergence, or iSCSI is a great way to get their attention, add value, and position your company as a partner.

  • Start Talking Software

    The storage business is no longer about hardware. It is no longer about seek time or capacity. The next frontier is storage management software. Much of the activity today in the VC community around storage is investments in storage resource management, virtualization, and various categories of software to catalog, monitor, optimize, and protect storage resources. In addition, the economic climate is driving end users to be more concerned with how to maximize the value of assets they already own.

  • Develop Professional Services Around Storage

    Storage is complex. Storage is confusing. The longer it remains confusing, and the more complex it becomes, the greater the profit opportunity for solution providers to provide services. IBM has officially changed the rules of competition in the technology business by proving once and for all that professional services drive technology purchases.